Birth of Horus

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Reproduction of an ivory low relief that was part of an exceptional ensemble discovered on the site of Arslan Tash, which means "the lion's stone", in northern Syria a few kilometres from the Turkish border, east of the Euphrates.
Arslan Tash, named Hadatu in antiquity was a provincial capital of the Assyrian Empire in the 9th-8th centuries.

Dimensions

Height: 14 cms 
Width: 18 cms
Depth: 2 cms
Weight: 565 grams
Material: Resin
Publisher: Temarte S.L.

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Birth of Horus

Reproduction of an ivory low relief that was part of an exceptional ensemble discovered on the site of Arslan Tash, which means "the lion's stone", in northern Syria a few kilometres from the Turkish border, east of the Euphrates.
Arslan Tash, named Hadatu in antiquity was a provincial capital of the Assyrian Empire in the 9th-8th centuries.

Dimensions

Height: 14 cms 
Width: 18 cms
Depth: 2 cms
Weight: 565 grams
Material: Resin
Publisher: Temarte S.L.

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